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Testicular cancer is the most commonly diagnosed cancer in American males between the ages of 15 and 34. Learn the signs and symptoms, and the available treatments for the disease.

Comedian Tom Green tells all about his battle with testicular cancer. Find out what he wants EVERY man to know! Plus, dryness down there? Uncontrollable bowels? Excess fat in your pelvic region? The Doctors tackle YOUR most embarrassing body problems.

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Heather is trying to get in shape for her daughter’s wedding in April. She’s has been working out and feels like she’s losing weight, but she says she can’t seem to get rid of her fat upper pubic area, often called a FUPA.

A nurse in Brazil has been charged with involuntary manslaughter after she reportedly injected a mixture of coffee and milk into the IV tube of an 80-year-old woman, who died several hours later. The student nurse, who had been on the job for three...

After comedian Tom Green was diagnosed with testicular cancer in 2000, he documented his surgery and the cancer special aired on MTV. Today, his fight with testicular cancer is part of his stand-up comedy routine and he works to raise awareness about...

Mike complains of black bumps in his ears that swell up and are painful. Mike and his wife, Melissa, join The Doctors and dermatologist Dr. Sandra Lee examines his ears.